A kind of literary Iditerod.
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From: "Marcia Karp" <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Re: Here is no prophet and no great matter
> Diana Manister wrote:
> > Eliot, socializing with the Woolves and others at Garsington, going to
> > his club in London, and serving on various High Anglican church
> > committees, would know, for example, that a vulgarizing caricature of
> > a Jewish merchant was a done thing and could only ingratiate him with
> > those milieux. Diana
> That's why he wrote poems? To keep the the Woolfs close to (and the
> Woolves far from) his door?
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